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Cranberry Juice

Cranberry juice has been the traditional folk remedy for Honeymoon Cystitis or Bladder Infection.

Drinking cranberry juice is widely recommended to treat or prevent cystitis. There is some evidence that it is effective in prevention[1], but no good evidence for treatment[2]. Although the mechanism is not well-understood, apparently a metabolite of cranberry juice inhibits the adherence of certain pathogens to the epithelium of the urinary bladder. The element found in cranberry juice is the sugar d-mannose, a white, non-sweet, powder. This substance, when mixed with a glass of water and drunk, is more effective as a treatment since most cranberry juices contain sucrose (table sugar) which serves as food for the bacteria. D-mannose, on the other hand, supposedly serves to make the bladder wall too slippery for the bacteria to hold on to and they are expelled with the urine.

Some women say that you should only use the brands with no corn syrup as that ingredient will reduce the effectiveness of the juice.

Others say that water is just as effective as cranberry juice.

Honeymoon cystitis disease or urinary tract infection is one of the most common sexual health complaints of women and girls.

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